Programme celebrating South Africa as it becomes the first nation in Africa to host the FIFA World Cup, following the lives of six very different South African children. Show more
Fimbo, Florrie and Baby Pom explore the magical valley around them. Pom finds a baby's shoe, and Rockit pretends to be a baby so that Pom will look after him. Show more
Drama series about the lives of parents and their children. Tina and Raymond are going to get Lisa a pet, but they can't decide what. Show more
Pingu welcomes viewers to his funhouse for a show packed with sketches, penguin facts and classic episodes Pingu and Pinga Stay Up and Lost Baby. Show more
Preschool animation about the warm-hearted Larges, an all-too-human elephant family. Lester proves that sometimes the old toys are the best toys. Show more
The adventures of the cheeky and spirited Zigby the Zebra and his friends. Zigby builds a wind-up robot that ends up causing chaos. Show more
A band of primate friends play music in their tropical island paradise and meet different musical guests. Todd disguises himself as his Auntie Dot. Show more
Animation. Dennis comes up with a plan for his parents to meet a fake teacher at parents' evening. But will they be fooled by Curly in a fake wig and nose? Show more
When the humans are away the OOglies play! Sugar Cube holds on for dear life as the husky dog teabags yap into action for another speedy kitchen sled run. Show more
Children's animated series about a group of teenage sleuths and their dog. Shaggy becomes the victim of a curse that turns him into a giant monster.
Sam and Mark present some classic TMi action with the very best of Are You Scareder Than a 10 Year Old?
The truth about food. The Gastronuts cook very farty foods, catch their trumps in a swimming pool and see the effects of not farting for a week. Show more
A light-hearted look at how to survive the most dangerous situations that Mother Nature can chuck at you, including encounters with tarantulas, vultures, octopuses and earthquakes.
Wildlife series. Steve Backshall looks at the challenges faced when filming in the frozen tundra of Alaska and the steaming rainforests of Brazil. Show more
The team discover why medieval life was a non-stop battle for survival. Will Joel or Andy emerge as Helen's knight in shining armour? Plus, the eating habits of the Medievals. Show more
Animation series. LOSE try to steal a dinosaur bone so they can clone a T rex and take over the neighbourhood. Justice Gene will stop at nothing to prevent them. Show more
Prehistoric cartoon capers. Fred is fired by Mr Slate when Barney dresses up as Mr Rockafeather and makes a counter-offer for Fred's services. Show more
Prehistoric cartoon capers. A dress rehearsal for Wilma giving birth accidentally turns into the real thing.
The latest business, consumer and workplace news from across the country.
The owners of Amber Green in Kent and Caxton Manor in Sussex attempt to have their gardens accepted into the National Gardens Scheme. Show more
Fantasy comedy. A prizefighter (Robert Montgomery) is accidentally sent to heaven before his time and has to be returned to Earth in a different body.
Paul Martin visits the Dorford Centre in Dorchester with experts Mark Stacey and David Fletcher, and goes to the Old Crown Court to learn about the Tolpuddle Martyrs. Show more
Five new contestants take on the previous winner in this high-pressure quiz show. They must battle it out over increasingly difficult rounds until only one remains. Show more
Nicki Chapman is in Pembrokeshire and has a maximum budget of 700,000 pounds to help a couple who want to run holiday lets. Show more
It's dessert day in the finals and the last chance for the competing chefs to impress the judges and secure a place at the final banquet. Show more
In Norfolk, Chris Packham and Kate Humble are watching over their animal families and Martin Hughes-Games shows how to get involved in bird ringing. Show more
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Dunkirk evacuation, Dan Snow tells the story of the 'little ships' which made the perilous cross-channel voyage, as 50 of them return to France. Show more
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.
Educational programme for five- to 11-year olds. Featuring the fun, skills and techniques of the Charleston, breakdancing, capoeira, hip hop and tap dancing.
Educational programme exploring celebratory dances from bhangra and samba to morris dancing, and featuring dances associated with various festivals. Show more
Educational programme for five- to 11-year olds. A look at dances from various countries and regions including South Africa, India, Spain and North America.
Educational programme for five- to 11-year olds. Featuring extracts of works by choreographers including Shobana Jeyasingh and Matthew Bourne. Show more
Educational programme for six- to 11-year olds. A tour through 20th-century dance styles: the waltz, the charleston, the lindy hop, the twist, and breakdancing. Show more